Have a fun game night with friends and family. Spend 1 to 2 hours solving a backpack escape. These are reusable and work great for team building too! Recommended for 10 to 99 years old, 1 to 4 people.
Sir Francis has fallen down a well looking for the jackalope in Wyoming. You have found his backpack and must figure out where there may be a colony or two. Contains: backpack, lock box, 3 locks, map, cards, ruler, puzzle, directions. You will need paper, pen/pencil, possibly a calculator, and a cellphone. Requires texting and phone calls. (data charges may apply based on your plan)
You have worked for the CIA for 35 years and are about to embark on your last mission, but first you must find the details of it. A mysterious backpack has arrived and you are sure that it has your final mission inside. Since it is top secret, the backpack is secured & you must use your sleuthing skills you have acquired over the years to get into it. Contains: backpack, storage box, lock box, 3 locks, puzzle book, custom wooden word puzzles, & puzzle. No technology required.
The police have arrested your friend for armed bank robbery. Your friend escaped the police with what he/she thinks is the real suspect's gym bag but the police are now searching for your friend. You need to go through the gym bag, find the remaining stolen money, & find the real identity of the bank robber to prove your friend is innocent. This will require you to make a phone call & access a website.
Elfred the Elf was upset that he was not promoted to the Reindeer Barn Crew. He decided to try and ruin Christmas by hiding the special key that Santa uses to get into houses which do not have a chimney for him to go down when he delivers gifts. You have found Elfred's bag and now you can help save Christmas by fining the special key that he hid. This backpack will requires texting. (data charges may apply depending on your plan)